INNER GORGE METAPHORS (out of print)
An Artist's Perspective of the Grand Canyon
Supplee’s debut book is a collection of 52 watercolor and oil paintings from the perspective of the Grand Canyon’s inner gorge. Spanning her time in the canyon from 2003-2005, Supplee considers the Colorado River a personal metaphor for her life path. Her colorful and energetic paintings illustrate her journey on the lifeblood of the Grand Canyon – floating through the canyon, encountering obstacles and challenges, experiencing joy and confronting fear, and finding surprises around each bend.
Each painting is expanded through poems Supplee wrote, taking the reader on a journey with the use of brushstrokes and words. This collection is not just about her time in the canyon but also a shared celebration to the wonder felt by all Grand Canyon travelers.
52 paintings and poems
112 pages 11"x 8.5"